Particularly if there is no neuroinflammation to treat. Just temperature abnormalities. Which is not to say that those abnormalities cant cause symptoms. It's more a case of how they cause symptoms and what to do about it.
Interesting discussion... and I think I am simply arguing that if tissue has a higher temperature...that tissue will expand- due the direct effect of heat on molecules.
"What does heat do to a molecule?
When heat is added to a substance, the molecules and atoms vibrate faster. As atoms vibrate faster, the space between atoms increases. The motion and spacing of the particles determines the state of matter of the substance. The end result of increased molecular motion is that the object expands and takes up more space
I"m arguing there is an expansion and I"m calling that inflammation. But maybe there is no expansion. It just seems like there would be. Neuroinflammation- maybe thats something else I"m not referring to.
I get angiodema-type symptoms in all the tissue thats near by central brain. But maybe "edema"...an increase in fluid- which is that type of swelling- cannot happen in the brain tissue. But in me, it feels like that is whats happening.